After the upgrade releases, both Operators should be available at no extra cost to owners of Rainbow Six Siege's Year 3 Pass. These Operators will be available to the public seven days later.
First up is the Cheap Rainbow Six Siege Items match's only shield-wielding Operator one of defenders, Clash, sporting three armor and level one speed.
Clash's main weapon is her distinctive"CCE Shield" gadget, which supplies a portable bulletproof defense for holding back attackers. When outfitted, ensuring full protection from foes the sliding bulletproof glass deploys. Its twist defines this gadget, emitting a heartbeat to slow and damage foes. This strengthens Clash role, being a strong asset among well-coordinated teams.
While Clash is limited to her secondary, she'll have the selection of a P-10C semi-automatic pistol or two-round burst SPSMG9. Option of precision or a higher fire rate makes for considerable flexibility depending on your playstyle.
Maverick is well experienced in the field, while stationed in Afghanistan, after finding a love. After a yearlong disappearance, the assaulting Operator has left his return though Rainbow, characterized by a trademark D.I.Y. blowtorch. He joins Thermite and Hibana because the next hard breacher, packing three speed and one ply.
This flashlight features flexibility for many sizes, ranging from inch-wide murder holes to complete entry points. Other Operators are better equipped for breaching, but it's the versatility and stealth which makes Maverick unique.
The semi automatic AR-15.50 headlines Maverick's loadout, including notable stopping energy through torched holes. His new M4 is an automated alternative, best suited to those conventional Operator face-offs.
Ubisoft also plans R6 credits to debut a"rework" instead of a completely new map, overhauling an present in-game location. Probably the first of many reworks, the publisher hopes to keep the map's character when delivering"significant modifications to level art and design direction."